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- Material: Porcelain
- Origin: Quanzhou, Dehua
- Popular Elements: Retro Chinese
- Description: The teapot has a diameter of 3.8 cm, a diameter of 10.8 cm and a height of 6.6 cm.
- Gold and silver, also known as wrong gold and silver, is a fine craft that originated in the Shang and Zhou Bronze Ages. "Cross" has two meanings, one is 'interlacing', the interlacing of gold, silver, and bronze can produce visual impact and light and shadow effects; the other is "knife file", which needs to be grooved on the bronze or jade before the creation of the work, then hammered in soft metal, and finally filed with a file to get a smooth surface.
- Jinyincuo was used on bronze wares in the early days, and it was gradually used on jade wares after the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It has become an intangible cultural heritage craftsmanship.
- Taotie, alias Laotao, Spore Owl, is a ferocious and gluttonous beast in ancient Chinese myths and legends, and one of the four major beasts.
- Exquisite workmanship, good air tightness, fast and powerful water.
- The shape is quaint, exquisitely matched, and the decoration is gorgeous.
- The decoration of "taotie pattern" appeared on the jade wares of Liangzhu culture in the lower reaches of the Yangtze River 5,000 years ago, and is often seen on bronze wares. It is mainly composed of taotie pattern and cloud pattern, with taotie as the center and cloud pattern around it.
- Note: There may be deviations in the manual measurement of product size. The pictures may have color differences due to different lighting or monitors. The actual product shall prevail.
Gluttonous Pattern Pot